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6. 1/1 points | Previous AnswersWaneFM6 7.3.031. Ask Your Teacher My Notes Use the given information to find the indicated probability. P ( A B ) = .7 , P ( B ) = .5 , P ( A B ) = .1 . Find P ( A ). P ( A ) = .3 0.3 7. 1/1 points | Previous AnswersWaneFM6 7.3.033. Ask Your Teacher My Notes Use the given information to find the indicated probability. P ( A ) = .76 . Find P ( A' ).
P ( A' ) = .24 0.24 8. 1/1 points | Previous AnswersWaneFM6 7.3.035. Ask Your Teacher My Notes Use the given information to find the indicated probability. A , B , and C are mutually exclusive. P ( A ) = .1 , P ( B ) = .6 , P ( C ) = .3. Find P ( A B C ). P ( A B C ) = 1 1 9. 1/1 points | Previous AnswersWaneFM6 7.3.050. Ask Your Teacher My Notes Question Part Points Submissions Used The pie-chart shows the ethnic makeup of California schools in a particular academic year, where a = 10% , b = 4% , c = 2% , d = 57% , and Write down the probability distribution showing the probability that a randomly selected California student in this particular year belonged to one of the ethnic groups named. e = 27% . Outcome Probability Hispanic or Latino .27 0.27
White (not Hispanic) .57 0.57 African American .1 0.1 Asian .04 0.04 Other .02 0.02 What is the probability that a student is neither Hispanic, Latino, nor African American?
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